Publisher Ubisoft has announced that the Anno History Collection is on its way and slated for a June release date.
The Anno History Collection includes the first four titles in the city-builder series alongside their expansions, upgrading them to "take advantage of modern PCs, while keeping the classic gameplay we all know and love".
Anno History Collection Announcement and Release Date
All four games in the Anno History Collection will be ported to 64-bit in an effort to improve performance and stability.
They wil also support resolutions up to 4K and have full save game compatibility with their original versions.
Multiplayer will run through Uplay, benefitting from features like quickmatch and desync recovery. Better yet, Anno 1503 History Edition will come with a multiplayer mode, feature missing from the original.
Pre-orders for the titles are now live, players having the option of purchasing them individually or as part of the Anno History Collection – priced at 39,99€/39,99$ – which includes company logos and a snazzy monument for Anno 1800, pictured above .
Here are the prices you can expect if you choose to purchase the titles individually:
- Anno 1602 History Edition (Uplay) - 9,99€/9,99$
- Anno 1503 History Edition (Uplay) - 9,99€/9,99$
- Anno 1701 History Edition (Uplay, Epic Games Store) - 9,99€/9,99$
- Anno 1404 History Edition (Uplay, Epic Games Store, Steam) - 14,99€/14,99$
Each individual purchase gets you a different company logo you can use in Anno 1800. The Anno History Collection is set to release on PC, exclusively through Uplay, on June 25.